"I realized that if I didn't get insurance within a certain period of time Sept. 11-related illnesses were potentially going to become a pre-existing condition that no one was going to treat."
Lila Nordstrom, former student at Stuyvesant High School
"Court cases are not necessarily representative of how the law is working in action."
Peter Blanck, a professor and chairman of the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University, about the ADA
"I've heard people say, 'I had to sue because it was the only way I could find out what happened to my mother.' "
Shulamith Klein, senior director, risk and insurance services, Emory Healthcare
"The difference between 'do' and 'do not' in medical treatment is really big."
Michael Lamprecht, Aon
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